Ethos Presbyterian Church exists to reach the lost and to make disciples of Christ.
We believe that it is the mission of God (the church has always referred to this as the Missio Dei, a Latin phrase meaning “mission of God”) to redeem this lost and broken world, and then one day, to restore it completely. We want to join God in His process of redemption. We believe that God has called His church to be the means by which He is doing this.
We affirm the central truths of historic Reformed and Biblical Christian faith, seeing ourselves in a long line of generations taking part in the endless conversation between God and people.
We trust that God wants to bring about a new humanity by redeeming every part of us. We embrace the salvation Jesus offers as the only hope for the healing of our relationships with God, each other, ourselves, and creation.
We have great confidence that God will restore all of creation under the authority of Christ. We believe that every church has to ask the question: “How are we called to live out that future reality today?”
We value the image of God in all people, everywhere. We believe that we were created to live deeply with one another; carrying each other’s burdens, sharing our resources, praying for and confessing our sins to each other, suffering and celebrating together.
We believe that Jesus is God in human form, and that the church is God’s ongoing presence in the world. Led by the Spirit of God, we are passionate about relieving suffering and fighting injustice by joining with God in living out the message of Jesus.
We take great joy in partnering with God to change the world, embracing the truth that all of life is sacred, hope is real and that tomorrow can be better than today. We celebrate the divine in the daily, pursue lives of hope, reflect gratitude, and renew ourselves in worship.
If you live in Tulsa, you need to come check out Ethos!
Gospel, Christ and people-centered. You won't get your ears scratched here, you're going to hear the truth spoken from God's word and be called to biblical repentance and Faith in Christ. I love this church!